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Plett search continues

Rescue teams and police divers resumed their search for four missing men near Plettenberg Bay.

The National Sea Rescue Institute in action. Picture: Supplied

CAPE TOWN - Rescue teams and police divers on Saturday resumed their search for four men who went missing near the Keurbooms River Mouth near Plettenberg Bay.

Six people, including a family of five, went fishing in the area on Thursday.

It is believed their boat was swept out by currents.

The bodies of two people, a woman and her eight-year-old son, have since been recovered.

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI)’s Craig Lambinon said, “An extensive search is continuing for the four missing men. Their boat has still not been found.”

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